In your own life, absolutely. However, as I've tried to explain in other posts, the granting and guarantee of certain rights is not subject to a popular vote. This is so not because of any belief of mine; it is the law of the land as laid down by the U.S. Supreme Court, which is charged with interpreting our constitution. Whether same-sex marriage is one of these "not subject to a vote" rights remains to be finally resolved. I would predict that the question of whether same-sex marriage will be accorded the same "fundamental right" status as 1m1w marriage will eventually be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.